Mapping a Server drive (LS421DE) To a Debian Wheezey Subdirectory
I have purchased and installed a Buffalo LinkStation LS421DE for my home network. Once I finally managed to get it installed and configured, the Window's side of the system works just fine. Unfortunately, I use Debian Wheezy, and there are problems. Specifically, I cannot map any of the network drives to any directories on my Debian machine without them connecting as "Read Only". I use the following command to map the drives.
So, can anyone tell me how can map a drive on the LS421DE to a directory on my Debian Wheezy machine and have full Read/Write/Execute access to it? What am I doing incorrectly?
Thank you in advance for your time and assistance
On my Fedora box I use:
mount -t cifs //192.168.xx.yy/<dirname> /home/<local account>/<localdir> -o username=<username>,password=<password>,rw
Note the loss of the "'s and the - on the rw. Maybe this will do it for you.
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